We have a new build at work for a client which includes Etrust and also CA unicenter. For some reason when you log on the first time(User or Admin) if you right click on anything, file or menu, then ETrust starts a repair. A long shot I know but has anyone come across this issue before in any shape or form? I am convinced that it is nothing to do with the packages but me being convinced doesnt help apparently [:D] Cheers in advance
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does Etrust install anything to the shell folders or SendTo folders?,, sounds like the MSI might have an entrypoint lurking.. have a look here: C:\Documents and Settings\user\SendTo..
Answered 06/12/2007 by: HotSpot
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If you check event log, specifically the application section, you will find the reason for the repair however I would think that there is HKCU keys and the program is simply putting them back.

Answered 06/12/2007 by: Inabus
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Cheers for reply.

I am sure it is not registry because it cant get back to the source so the repair fails, if it was just registry it would repair from the cached MSI. I will search the event log and SendTo/Shell folders and let you know. Thanks for your help
Answered 06/12/2007 by: oreillyr
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